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Airtel beats Reliance Jio, Vodafone in speed test in Delhi NCR region: TRAI

The report highlights that Airtel is offering 4G download speed of 8.9Mbps, which is greater than what Reliance Jio and Vodafone are offering. Reliance Jio is offering a download speed of 7.3Mbps, while Vodafone is offering a speed of 4.9Mbps. MTNL is leading the 3G space with a download speed of 3.7Mbps.

Bharti Airtel has topped the 4G download speed test in the Delhi NCR region, according to the latest report released by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI).

TRAI conducted Independent Drive Tests (IDT) through its appointed in Delhi License service area including Ghaziabad, Noida, Gurugram and Faridabad. The report highlights that Airtel is offering4G download speed of 8.9Mbps, which is greater than what Reliance Jio and Vodafone are offering. Reliance Jio is offering a download speed of 7.3Mbps, while Vodafone is offering a speed of 4.9Mbps.

Further, the report highlights that MTNL is leading the 3G space with a download speed of 3.7Mbps. On the other hand, Airtel, Idea and Vodafone are offering a download speed of 3.3Mbps, 2.0Mbps and 2.3Mbps respectively.

The report further adds that most of the telecom operators have met the 2 per cent drop call rate of QoS benchmark except Aircel and MTNL. Most of the TSPs have met the 95 per cent Call Setup success rate of QoS benchmark (DCR%) except Aircel and MTNL.

IDT assess the network quality provided by cellular mobile telephone service providers for voice and data services. Tests were conducted from 20th February to 16th March 2018 covering a drive test route of 2300kms and data tests were conducted on 23 hotspots, spread across the service area.

 

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